Advances in functional genomics for investigating salinity stress tolerance mechanisms in cereals

@inproceedings{Shelden2013AdvancesIF,
  title={Advances in functional genomics for investigating salinity stress tolerance mechanisms in cereals},
  author={Megan C. Shelden and Ute Roessner},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2013}
}
Abiotic stresses such as low water availability and high salinity are major causes of cereal crop yield losses and significantly impact on sustainability. Wheat and barley are two of the most important cereal crops (after maize and rice) and are grown in increasingly hostile environments with soil salinity and drought both expected to increase this century, reducing the availability of arable land. Barley and wheat are classified as glycophytes (salt-sensitive), yet they are more salt-tolerant… CONTINUE READING
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